(WAR OF 1812.) [George Graham, engraver?]; after Stuart. This Portrait of Capt'n Isaac Hull of the United States Navy. Mezzotint, 21 1/2 x 14 3/4 inches; laid down on early heavy board, moderate wear and toning, early adhesive remnants in top margin. Philadelphia: Freeman & Pierie, 1 February 1813
First state. As commander of the USS Constitution, Hull achieved one of the greatest naval victories of the war against the HMS Guerriere on 19 August 1812. A portrait by Gilbert Stuart soon followed, and in less than 6 months this engraving was on the market. It is embellished with a 3 1/2 x 9-inch vignette of the famous battle "from an original drawing under the direction of Capt'n Hull." Stauffer 1165:I.
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